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Old 07-17-2011, 07:12 PM   #1
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Crock Pot Lamb's Breast

I've never eaten or cooked Lamb's Breast.

I'd like to cook it in the crock pot and then pour off the grease and use the meat in a Lamb Stew.

How long should I cook it in the crock pot? I have a large crock pot that the entire breast will fit in, in two pieces.

Has anyone cooked one this way? If so, what else did you put in the crock pot with it?

I have to cook it in a manner that will allow me to freeze the leftovers. It's only me eating it and it looks like several meals worth.

Any suggestions are welcome!

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Old 07-17-2011, 09:23 PM   #2
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createtv.com, Lidia (the Italian cook) did a Chima (sp) which is veal breast stuffed with fritatta. It looked really, really good. I'd think you could make it in the crockpot. The recipe should be on the createtv.com web site.
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Old 07-17-2011, 11:51 PM   #3
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createtv.com, Lidia (the Italian cook) did a Chima (sp) which is veal breast stuffed with fritatta. It looked really, really good. I'd think you could make it in the crockpot. The recipe should be on the createtv.com web site.
All I could find was the episode, (#322), that it is shown. I didn't see the recipe itself anywhere. It's been a long day, so I may have just missed it.

I have it in the freezer, so there isn't any rush. My freezer stays packed. Meat sale? Where?
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Old 07-18-2011, 04:32 AM   #4
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I would could it low and slow.
Make a few small deep slits in the meat and push a whole clove of garlic in each slit. Fry up 2 nice big onions in large chunks and add to the pot, some chopped celery, and carrots.
Season lamb well. Drop in a bay leaf, some rosemary, thyme or any herbs you have on hand. Add a splash of W/Sauce for good colour and meaty flavour.
Just cover with stock and let it cook gently for 4 hours or more if you have time.
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I would could it low and slow.
Make a few small deep slits in the meat and push a whole clove of garlic in each slit. Fry up 2 nice big onions in large chunks and add to the pot, some chopped celery, and carrots.
Season lamb well. Drop in a bay leaf, some rosemary, thyme or any herbs you have on hand. Add a splash of W/Sauce for good colour and meaty flavour.
Just cover with stock and let it cook gently for 4 hours or more if you have time.
OMG! That sounds just delicious! Folks, we have a winner! It will go into the crock pot for a 10 hour slow-cook tomorrow!

Thanks!
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Old 07-18-2011, 12:40 PM   #6
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OMG! That sounds just delicious! Folks, we have a winner! It will go into the crock pot for a 10 hour slow-cook tomorrow!

Thanks!
Why thank you kind Sir, I'll be waiting for my Noddy badge in the post :)
Enjoy, wish I was there to share!
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Why thank you kind Sir, I'll be waiting for my Noddy badge in the post :)
Enjoy, wish I was there to share!
I have no idea what a "Noddy Badge" is...but it sounds like an award, so I'll send you two! One for the recipe and one just because you're so friendly!

If you want some if it, just come to florida and take a left turn! I'm on the coast about 30 miles from Jacksonville!
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I have no idea what a "Noddy Badge" is...but it sounds like an award, so I'll send you two! One for the recipe and one just because you're so friendly!

If you want some if it, just come to florida and take a left turn! I'm on the coast about 30 miles from Jacksonville!
"Noddy Badge" Is just a little saying we use :) "I didn't do much but thanks for the credit kind of thing"
Better make that really low and slow, it's going to be a long swim from Africa and I have no sense of direction!

And you are just as friendly :)
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All I could find was the episode, (#322), that it is shown. I didn't see the recipe itself anywhere. It's been a long day, so I may have just missed it.

I have it in the freezer, so there isn't any rush. My freezer stays packed. Meat sale? Where?
Here's a link to the recipe:

Lidia's Italy: Recipes: Veal Stuffed with a Mosaic of Vegetables
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Thank you so much for the link!

I was on my "last legs" for the evening while trying to find it and as usual, I was a bit short of patience as I always am when I'm tired.

This is a wonderful method! It will be tried!
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